Monday, January 12, 2009

Geri Halliwell to open nighclub in Dubai

Dubai is where all the celebs are hanging out these days. And Geri Halliwell is the latest to invest there, as she’s planning on opening up her own nightclub in Dubai.

According to the Daily Star, Geri is joining forces with her new boyfriend Nick House, who own two London nightclubs, Mahiki and Whiskey Mist. The two are in talks to bring a third business to Dubai.
Dubai definitely seems like the place to be!

Existing clubs in Dubai

Some of the best and biggest clubs have closed or struggled in recent years, but there are still a few good options for those looking to hit the emirate’s dancefloors.
Oxygen, at the Al-Bustan Hotel, and Tangerine, at the Fairmont Dubai, are classy club oases for discerning punters. Trilogy (website: at the Madinat Jumeirah is one of the hottest new venues, a massive space split across three floors, Charlie Parrot’s (website: at the Oasis Beach Hotel has live music or a DJ most nights.

Live Music: Planet Hollywood (website:, Wafi Pyramids, off Al-Qataiyat Road, is a reliable option, with an eclectic selection of mediocre to good bands and covers outfits. Bordertown, Al-Rolla Road, is a Mexican theme bar that stages live bands most nights of the week. The Irish Village, Dubai Tennis Club, off Al Garhoud Road, also hosts many live acts.

Non Muslims are allowed to drink in designated areas such as pubs and clubs.The rule is that clubs have to be closed by 3 and no drinking before 7 PM at Ramaddan.


  1. It seems as though Dubai is the new hot spot for Hollywood celebrities, everyone from Lindsay Lohan to David Beckham and many others are buying a piece of Real Estate in Dubai.

  2. Excellent marketing for Dubai.Dubai needs all the good publicity it can get in this global recession.